Spain’s women’s 4x100m quartet create history in surprise final by winning fifth place which is almost the best ever achieved by a Spanish team world Cup And also with a new record from Spain One after the other they achieved the semi-finals.
The relay rectors corrected it and repeated the semi-final sequence, so Sonia Molina-Prados opened fire to award the baton to Azulgrana Jael Bestue, double hector specialist Paula Sevilla ran into the last corner and Andalusian ‘Bullet’ Maribel Perez sets the clock a stunning 42.58 . stopped to stop in43.28 light years away, with which they reached Eugene.
thus, Spain finished fifth which gives four points in a position table in which it is ranked eleventh. and improved to seventh in the men’s short relay in Athens 1997 with Frutos Fei, Venancio Jose Murcia, Jordi Mayoral and Carlos Berlanga.
Huge Spanish Demonstration a . came to the finals with Amazing result just like it happened minutes later in the men’s final, With three-time Olympic champion Ellen Thompson-Hera, 1-meter champion Shelley-Ann Fraser-Price and double-meter gold medalist Sherrika Jackson in the final three relays, the talk was whether the Caribbean women would break the world record.
However, in athletics nothing can be celebrated beforehand and even less in short relay, therefore Jackson’s 41.18 . Despite the great fastball with a few poor deliveries, Jamaica won the bronze medalFour hundredth of the United States (Melissa Jefferson, Abby Steber, Jenna Prandini and Twinisha Terry).
Germany won the bronze in 42.03 for its first medal in Eugene. Minutes after Weber’s fourth place in the javelin, Nigeria was fourth with 42.12 (African record) and Spain finished fifth for history.
After living ecstasy in the cold Hayward Field, The United States started out as the undisputed favorites in the men’s final. Despite the defeat of Hectometer Champion Fred Carey. However, there were Christian Coleman (gold in the 100 in Doha three years ago), Noah Lyles (champion in the 200 with a brutal 19.31 in Eugene), Elijah Hall and Marvin Bracey (silver in the 100).
Even then, A shoddy delivery from Coleman to Lyles almost decisively weighed on American options, However, his excellent response and Hall’s great position allowed Bracey to start a straight second from very close to the leader. And who was the leader? Well with Canada Olympic Double Hectometer Champion Andre de GrasseJoe hasn’t reached Eugene at his best… but is thrown into the relay.
and there De Grasse became stronger to enforce his law and gave Canada 37.48 . gave his third gold with Three decades later, the Donovan Bailey-led quartet reigned in Gothenburg in 1995 and Athens in 1997. Aaron Brown, Jerome Blake and Brendan Rodney complete the quartet. The United States took a bitter silver with 37.55 and Great Britain took the bronze with 37.83.